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Abbas Wipes Out ‘Two States’ and Laments ‘Occupation of 67 Years’ [video]

Monday, November 2nd, 2015

Palestinian Authority chairman exposed  the “two-state- policy at the U.N. Human Rights Commission in Geneva and said the “occupation” has continued for 67 years, since the re-establishment of the State of Israel.

The Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) reported his remarks as broadcast on official Palestinian Authority television last week.

Abbas said in Arabic:

Mr. President, ladies and gentlemen, haven’t you wondered: For how long will this protracted Israeli occupation of our land last? After 67 years (i.e., Israel’s creation), how long? Do you think it can last, and that it benefits the Palestinian people?

[The] holy sites which have been desecrated every other second again and again for seven decades now under an occupation that does not quit killing, torturing, looting and imprisoning…

PMW pointed out that the official Palestinian Authority WAFA website deleted his “67 years” phrase from its published a transcript of his remarks.

PA institutions provide plenty of evidence that the Abbas regime considers all of Israel as “occupied.”

Besides promoting maps of Israel as “Palestine,” the Palestinian Authority national Security Forces posted on Facebook  on different days last week text, as translated and reported by PMW:

Good morning, the beach of occupied Ashkelon.”

Good evening, occupied city of Haifa.

Good morning, occupied Acre (Akko).

 

UNRWA Official Spoke at UK-Based Terrorist Group

Thursday, October 29th, 2015

“Incitement to Violence without Borders” has reached the British Parliament, where UNRWA spokesman Chris Gunness spoke to a “charity” organization that channels money to the Hamas terrorist party and army.

The U.S. government formally has declared the British-based Interpal “charity” group a terrorist organization because it helps Hamas keep its pockets full of cash.

The State Dept. was unable to answer a question posed at a press briefing this week if Gunness’ speaking to Interpal might be included in a possible investigation of UNRWA incitement, an issue that has been raised because of its employees’ hateful anti-Israel posts on social media.

State Dept. spokesman John Kirby said he would” take the question,” but he has not given back an answer.

The Washington Free Beacon asked for a clarification about Gunness’ speech and was told:

We have seen the reports on this event, though we did not attend. We understand that the UNRWA spokesperson attended an event at the British Parliament to benefit wounded Palestinian children, hosted by several of its members.

We have long made known our commitment to UNRWA’s absolutely essential work in helping Palestinian refugees—including many refugee children. And we have made clear our position that UNRWA must be able to work independently and free from bias.

Bias at the UNRWA? Gunness Biased, the same Gunness who has called the IDF “callous” for trying to stop Hamas missile attacks on half of Israel last summer and :who has blamed the “blockade” for what he declared is a rise in the mortality rate of infnats in Gaza?

And what did Gunness have to tell Interpol last week?

He talked about “little Mohammed,” whom he said was blended by an IDF artillery shell in the war against Hamas last summer. He also spoke about a “child who froze to death.” That is Israel’s fault, he said, because of the “slow pace of reconstruction,” although another reason just might be Hamas’s using construction material to build weapons factories and rockets.

Here is UNRWA’s response to the Free Beacon when asked about Gunness’ appearing at an organization that the United States has designated a terrorist group:

UNRWA Spokesman Chris Gunness spoke at an event in the UK Parliament sponsored and attended by British Members of Parliament about a project supported by a legally registered UK charity to help approximately 300 blind and visually impaired Palestinian children in Gaza in need of special assistance.

It did not say what the U.S. Treasury has to say about the British-based group:

Interpal, headquartered in the UK, has been a principal charity utilized to hide the flow of money to HAMAS. Reporting indicates it is the conduit through which money flows to Hamas from other charities, e.g., the Al Aqsa Foundation, and that it oversees the activities of other charities.

Florida Republican  Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen this week proposed a law that would cut off U.S. funding to UNRWA  unless it document that its employees have no links with terrorist organizations and can certify that no employees of the organization have ties to terrorism or anti-Semitic incitement.

The Florida legislator said in a statement, according to the Free Beacon:

In response to the increased terror and violence in Israel, we must hold those who are responsible for inciting this violence accountable, and that includes UNRWA.

The U.S. can’t continue to send $400 million to UNRWA while ignoring the systemic and endemic anti-Israel, anti-Semitic bias and the blatant incitement to violence we see from its employees.

UNRWA employees and facilities are consistently tied to foreign terrorist organizations and a full accounting of the agency’s affiliations should be required before another dime is spent on this divisive organization.

US Slashing PA Budget by 21.6% in ‘Message to Abbas’

Sunday, October 25th, 2015

(JNi.media) The US is cutting aid to the Palestinian Authority in Judea and Samaria and in Gaza by $80 million, which top Democrats in Congress have called a message to Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas.

The House Foreign Affairs Committee voted unanimously Oct. 22 on a resolution condemning Abbas and the Palestinian leadership for “incitement” to violence against Jews in Israeli with false statements accusing Israel of planning to change the status quo on the Temple Mount, and for systematic hate-mongering in Palestinian education and media. The resolution complements a State Department Sept. 25 announcement of cutting economic aid for to the Palestinians by 21.6%, from $370 million to $290 million in the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30, according to Al-Monitor.

The vote came while Israel was in the midst of battling a rash of stabbing, stone and Molotov cocktail attacks, as well as shooting, on the part of Arabs in Judea as well as Samaria and inside green line Israel. Rep. Eliot Engel, D-N.Y., the top Democrat on the House Foreign Affairs Committee stated: “We need to dial up pressure on Palestinian officials to repudiate this violence.”

The author of the resolution, Middle East Subpanel Chairwoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R-Fla., called on both the Palestinians and Jordan to help defuse the tensions. “Instead of inciting violence and promoting hatred, [Abbas] needs to call for calm and work with the Israelis to restore the peace,” Ros-Lehtinen said. “The king of Jordan also has an important role to play as the guardian of Jerusalem’s Islamic holy sites.”

Nita Lowey, D-N.Y., and Kay Granger, R-Texas, wrote a letter to Abbas warning him that US aid would be “severely jeopardized” if he continues to refuse direct peace negotiations with Israel.

House Foreign Affairs Chairman Ed Royce, R-Calif., said before the Oct 22 vote that “given that about one-third of the Palestinian Authority’s budget is financed through foreign aid, international donors have leverage. They could follow the lead of the US Congress — and make direct funding of the PA off limits until the incitement stops.”

Netanyahu: Arab Terrorists Have not Learned They Cannot Destroy Israel

Monday, October 12th, 2015

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu warned the Israeli Arab sector Monday that their leaders who are inciting terror and murder will be investigated for criminal violations.

He singled out Arab Knesset Member Haneen Zoabi and the Northern Branch of the Islamic Movement, headed by Sheikh Raed Salah.

As he spoke, more terrorists struck and left Israelis wounded, one of them a teenager barely hanging on this life.

His speech was aimed not only at the Knesset but also at the entire country, whose citizens from border to border are under immediate threat of “lone terrorists,” most of them teenagers or in their 20s.

Netanyahu said that Arabs still have not learned they cannot annihilate Israel and called on Arab leaders to stop all incitement and decide if they want co-existence or a religious war.

He pointed out that the lies from the Palestinian Authority and the entire world that Jews have no connection with the Temple Mount and are trying to destroy Arab mosques are not new but will not live.

Prime Minister Netanyahu added:

We have no fight with Islam, but the attempt to ignite a religious war is based on a lie and is dangerous incitement that has cost lives.

Hamas and the Palestinian Authority do educate for peace but incite anti-Semitism. Abbas must stop the incitement and must condemn terror attacks just as I have condemned attacks on Arabs,

We are a country ruled by law, and we will not allow anyone to break the law.

He said that legal procedures are being completed to declare the Islamic Movement an illegal organization.

The Prime Minister then turned his attention to MK Haneen Zoabi and told the Knesset that after Rabbi Eitam and Naama Henkin were murdered in front of their children:

A member of this house [Knesset] said, ‘The Henkin couple are settlers and you cannot refer to them as innocent citizens.’

What does that mean?

That is permitted to kill them and to kill others?

Zoabi did not restrict herself to settlers. She justified terror and said that ‘individua actions are not enough and that what is needed is an entire Intifada.’

Prime Minister Netanyahu called her remarks “unbelievable” and that when an MK calls for terrorist attacks against civilians of the country, nothing is needed more than a criminal investigation.

Netanyahu Tries to Calm the Country but Plays Politics

Thursday, October 8th, 2015

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu calmed down the country two days ago, but more terror followed, so he tried again Thursday night with a speech and press conference that reminded everyone it’s politics as usual.

He issued a statement at a press conference, telling the nation what everyone knows:

This has been another difficult day for all of us, citizens of Israel. We are in the midst of a wave of terrorism. Terrorists that have been incited and who are driven with hate are trying to attack our people – babies, children, men and women, civilians and soldiers. Our hearts – the hearts of the entire nation – are with the families of the victims whose lives were cut short by reprehensible murderers.

He praised security forces and said what he said two days ago – that Israeli will overcome the latest escalation of terrorism that Prime Minister Netanyahu remanded everyone has been around since the re-birth of modern Zionism.

Prime Minister Netanyahu blamed Palestinian Authority and Hamas “mendacious incitement” and pointed out what we all know, that the Arab world spreads lies that it wants to restore the “status quo” on the Temple Mount while even Israeli Arab Knesset Members are insisting that Jews have nothing to-do with the holy site.

But at the press conference, Netanyahu said what he really has on his mind, and that is the totally irresponsible remarks yesterday by Opposition leader Yitzchak Herzog.

The leader of the old Labor party, now called the Zionist Camp following the merger with Tzipi Livni’s faction, yesterday went on another self-destructive rant and instead of making the Israeli center-left feel that “united we stand and divided we fall,” he babbled about a government led by him and his cohort Tzipi Livni would have tackled terror.

He called on Prime Minister Netanyahu to resign, a move that would drive the country into financial and political chaos and destroy morale.

Netanyahu grabbed the importunity tonight and said:

We need to join forces in the face of the wave [of violence]. But the decision on whether to enter the government is in the hands of the parties. I want a wider government and unity in the nation.”

Jerusalem is burning and Netanyahu and Herzog are fiddling.

Official PA Daily Reports that Murders of Jews Brings Joy

Thursday, October 8th, 2015

The official Palestinian Authority daily has been telling its readers how much their constituents are overjoyed at seeing photos of the bodies of murder victims of Rabbi Eitam and Naama Henkin.

Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) translated and published the report of the official Palestinian Authority daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida.

The article stated that the photos of the bodies of the couple, who were killed in front of their four children in the family vehicle, bring “joy” to Palestinians who see the killings as “heroic.”

The new wave of Arab terror has prompted American Jewish leaders to turn to President Barack Obama, who has held a stony silence in the wave of escalating violence.

The State Dept. has issued the usual stale expressions of “concern while urging “all parties” to try to restore calm, in effect placing Arab attacks and Israeli retaliation as equal weights on the administration’s scale of justice.

World Jewish Congress (WJC) President Ronald S. Lauder singled out Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday, and said:

We call on the Palestinian Authority and President Mahmoud Abbas to do everything in their power to rein in these extremists who are bent on wreaking havoc on the peace process.

The Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations issued a statement reminding that the Obama administration “provides hundreds of millions of dollars of funding each year to the Palestinian Authority.”

The leaders of the organization added:

When Abbas declares that the Temple Mount is ‘ours’ and says the same of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, he denies the existence of the two Temples and all the Judeo-Christian ties and heritage. Urging Palestinians to rise up to protect the Al-Aqsa Mosque leads to the inevitable consequence of confrontation and violence.

We know that President Abbas can impact the ‘Palestinian street’ when he wants to. His failure to do so should bring a cut in funding and the isolation of Abbas until he takes concrete steps….

No society would or should have to tolerate such acts against woman, children, and men attacked while driving, visiting malls, attending religious services, or going about their daily lives.

The Conference also criticized American media for dismissing rock terror with the description of the attackers as “stone-throwing youths” and explained:

These are deadly boulders that have killed and maimed many. In addition, weapons taken from soldiers and knives have been used in recent attacks that took lives and wounded many. At the same time, Israel’s restrained response is often described in exaggerated terms, with the media equating those trying to uphold law and order with those engaged in terror and violence.

Abbas Dials Back Arab Rage: ‘We Do Not Want Escalation’

Tuesday, October 6th, 2015

Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas has suddenly begun to dial back his anti-Israel inflammatory attitude and remarks.

Abbas was quoted on Tuesday as saying he did not want the current violence in eastern Jerusalem and Judea and Samaria to escalate into a military confrontation with Israel. “We tell them (the Israelis) that we do not want either military or security escalation,” Abbas said in a statement issued at a meeting of the Palestine Liberation Organization.

“All our instructions to our (security) agencies, our factions and our youth have been that we do not want escalation.”

Abbas also allegedly said, “We’re committed to the agreements,” adding that he has told Israel that Palestinian Arab leaders “want to reach a diplomatic solution through peaceful means and not another solution. We want to mitigate the chances of destruction and loss which will afflict both sides from this situation… [but] at the same time, we will protect ourselves.”

He also urged Israel to return to negotiations, carry out a previously negotiated prisoner release and end any building within Jewish cities, towns and villages in Judea, Samaria and post-1967 Jerusalem neighborhoods.

The remarks are a 180-degree turnabout from his position at the podium of the United Nations General Assembly barely a week ago, when Abbas informed world leaders the Palestinian Authority no longer feels itself bound by the internationally-recognized Oslo Accords which it signed with Israel in 1993.

However, Jordan’s King Abdullah II and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi have both allegedly pressured Abbas to act to prevent further deterioration in the security situation in the Palestinian Authority, according to a tweet by Arab affairs journalist Khaled Abu Toameh.

If the report is accurate, such a move would signal an intent by Jordan and Egypt to end what appears to be a deliberate, calculated attempt by Abbas to attempt to ignite a third intifada.

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu meanwhile announced tightened security measures that were approved late Monday night by the security cabinet to counter to escalation in violence.

Among the counter-terror strategies were the installation of new security cameras at every intersection in Judea and Samaria, expedited legal decision on demolition of homes of convicted terrorist murderers and assassins, and beefed-up security and military units in Judea, Samaria and Jerusalem.

Within the past week two Palestinian Arabs have been killed while engaging in attacks against Israelis.

The first was a terrorist who stabbed a 15-year-old Israeli teen in the chest late Saturday night while he was walking near the Old City of Jerusalem.

The second was a 13-year-old Palestinian Arab teen who was shot — and killed accidentally — by an IDF soldier while particpating in a violent Arab riot near the Tomb of the Biblical Matriarch Rachel.

In addition, at least 170 more Palestinian Arabs have been injured in clashes with Israeli security personnel since Rabbi Eitam Henkin and his wife Na’ama were murdered in a Samaria drive-by terror attack in front of their four children last Thursday night.

Just two nights later, two rabbis were murdered and a mother and her baby were stabbed and shot in the same Arab terror attack at the Lion’s Gate entrance to the Old City of Jerusalem.

The young mother pleaded for help from nearby vendors in the Old City market – to no avail — with blood dripping from a knife wound in her shoulder as her husband and baby, and a fellow rabbi were being shot and stabbed. Instead she was mocked and laughed at, and finally in one instance actually pushed away, according to a relative’s account.

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